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. for the industry economy, the housing market's coming back and responsible for a tremendous amount of january's advance, whether it be whirlpool, another 52-week high for the spin cycle, or sherwin williams. watching paint dry has never been better. or stock super bowl winner polte homes. >> buy, buy, buy! >> and let's throw in tripoint. a red hot ipo that went to an immediate premium. what else is glittering in this grimy portion of the u.s. geography? how about industrial equipment. industrials gain strength as the month went on. i suspect they will continue to do so as europe stabilizes, america advances, and asia starts to roar. >> buy, buy, buy! >> just like the metaphorical baltimore. california is coming back strong too. tech, particularly the semiconductors and everything related to the cloud and the internet are roaring here. it's almost as if the incredible slide in apple is fueling dozens of tech stocks to new highs. google's become the new tech leader. but who can ignore the run in none other than facebook? which is up astounding 16% this year and will be addressed later in "mad m
, that is when you see the economy pick up. we are starting to see a heart beat, one of the markets for the last couple of years. >> you talk about a new way to view the company. you have fast growing products and systems, you have a vehicle suggest. analysts did start that you may spin out truck and auto? is that an idea or something that makes it easier to understand eaton? >> really aiming at helping it to be easier to understand eaton. we would be using different segments the electrical and cooper products, one called electrical products, one called electrical system and services. and the vehicle business. we will still be reporting five segments. the significant news about eaton, 60% of our business is electrical. 80%, a proud, strong vehicle businesses, the vast heart of the business is hydraulics and aerospace. >> without pointing fingers at the super bowl, we had hurricane sandy, are we seeing a wholesale re-evaluation on what utilities have to spend, to keep up with mother nature, and equipment not able to withstand certain power surges? >> a couple of questions in there. clearly, whene
for you, when you talk about the economy, you know, really booting off again, it seems like you talk about it in terms of consuming and not producing, and i'm thinking, you know, from the way i think about it, you need something to be produced before it's consumed. i'm wondering why in terms of a growing economy you talk about consumption instead of production. that's what it seems like to me. >> well, i do because in order to be able to raise price, you need demand. if there's a shortage of supply, sure, that can mean something, but not if there's no demand. right. if you have shortage of supply of some product that nobody likes, you can't raise price. it doesn't mean anything. and that's why we focus on demand on the show. a company has got to earn its stars before you buy it. use the e.p.s. to figure out a company's growth rate and then take it from there. "mad money" will be right back. >>> don't miss a second of "mad money." ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..............................
have to believe that the fed sees the same strength in the economy that you and i do, starting to fret about all that easy money. interest rates are going higher, ten-year treasury trading to 2% today. we don't know if that's going to defeat the fed's efforts to keep rates low, or is it just fine? because at a certain point, the economy does catch fire, and then we don't need the fed support. think about this, i just got a 2.75% mortgage last friday. how long can that last? i think i caught the bottom. finally, while the earnings have been good, we still keep hearing lots of chatter about how the top line is not so at the top line, the top line, the top line. it's starting to annoy me. all i can say is i've ignored this kind of illogic and bogus thinking for ages. i'm not going to be trapped by it. instead, i'm thinking about when that top line does come back, when the sales do roar, after all the shares that have bought back, it's going to produce profits like you wouldn't believe because of how lean our companies have become. they fired a lot of people during the bad times here. all
or thes. when the economy is heating up, the defense of consumer staple stocks usually it is out the big rallies in more cyclical names. those who do better in an improving economy. we don't care about blame. with ecare about winning. and stocks that can't hunt, stocks that cannot win even in a major rally, those are stocks that you need to think twice about owning. here's the bottom line. after a major short term rally, you want to do some trimming of those big winners. pare back your momentum names and last but not least, please sell the losers that got left behind. stick with cramer. [ cows moo ] [ sizzling ] more rain... [ thunder rumbles ] ♪ [ male announcer ] when the world moves... futures move first. learn futures from experienced pros with dedicated chats and daily live webinars. and trade with papermoney to test-drive the market. ♪ all on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. >>> you're watching the "mad money" rally playbook where i'm teaching you the best advantages to take advantage of a market that's up big over a short period of time. let's just say you're tuning in and i'm
with big picture economic factors. when the economy is heating up, the defense of consumer staple stocks usually it is out the big rallies in more cyclical names. those who do better in an improving economy. we don't care about blame. we care about winning. and stocks that can't hunt, stocks that cannot win even in a major rally, those are stocks that you need to think twice about owning. here's the bottom line. after a major short term rally, you want to do some trimming of those big winners. pare back your momentum names and last but not least, please sell the losers that got left behind. [ indistinct shouting ] >>> you're watching the "mad money" rally playbook where i'm teaching you the best advantages to take advantage of a market that's up big over a short period of time. let's just say you're tuning in and i'm wounded by the cold shoulder you have shown me. i know you did it as an attempt to hurt my feelings. it worked. i hope you're happy. tv personalities we have feelings too. but let me go back to business. most of my rally playbook has been about what you can do to benefit fro
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